Next Episode of Bargain Hunt is
Season 48 / Episode 12 and airs on 20 October 2017 12:15
Two teams of amateur collectors have an hour at an antiques fair in which to acquire the best bargains possible with £300.
The National Botanic Garden of Wales provides the beautiful setting for today's programme. The teams are let loose in the grounds of the garden in a bid to find some bargains. Keeping them in check are expertsNick Hall and Gary Pe. Meanwhile, presenter Charlie Ross is off to try his hand at coracle fishing.
Anita Manning oversees today's Bargain Hunt which comes from Kingston upon Thames. Catherine Southon and Danny Sebastian are helping today's reds and blues spend £300 on three items that will hopefully make aprofit at the auction in Chiswick. Anita also visits Wellington Barracks in central London to watch the changing of the guard and explores the London Guards Museum.
Natasha Raskin Sharp presents from Newbury antiques fair, and the reds and blues are guided by experts Raj Bisram and Nick Hall. Meanwhile, Natasha gets to meet a local museum curator to find out more about a special coat that has acquired the name of this Berkshire town.
Eric Knowles and the team are in Anglesey, where the reds and blues battle it out around the antiques fair with experts Thomas Plant and Caroline Hawley. They have only one hour to buy three items to sell for profit at auction. Meanwhile, Eric is shown an impressive Iron Age collection.
Charlie Ross presents from an antique fair at Newmarket's racecourse. The reds and the blues are guided by experts Colin Young and Jonathan Pratt.
Charlie finds out about one of the UK's most successful jockeys when he pops into Newmarket's National Heritage Centre for Horseracing and Sporting Art.
Eric Knowles presents from the Antique and Collectors Fair at Oswestry.
The reds and the blues are guided by experts Charles Hanson and Kate Bliss.
Natasha Raskin Sharp and the team are in the historic grounds of Kedleston Hall in Derbyshire. Experts John Cameron and Tim Weeks help the teams find some bargains at the fair in the hope they will make a profit at auction.
Natasha also visits one of the oldest photo studios in the world - right here in Derby!
Anita Manning presents from Hungerford with experts Philip Serrell and Richard Madley. The reds and the blues race around the high street hoping to bag themselves a bargain.
Meanwhile, Anita shows off a trick of the trade.
Today's show, presented by Charlie Ross, comes to you from the National Botanic Garden of Wales in Carmarthenshire. Experts Nick Hall and Gary Pe help the teams find some bargains at the fair in the hope they will make a profit at auction. And Charlie finds out more about Victorian gardening.
Anita Manning presents from Kingston upon Thames, where the red and blue teams explore an explore an antiques centre with experts Catherine Southon and Danny Sebastian. But who will come out on top at the auction in Chiswick.
Natasha Raskin Sharp presents from the East of England Showground in Peterborough. Experts Ben Cooper and Gary Pe are helping the teams to find a bargain that will hopefully make a profit at today's auction in Lichfield with auctioneer Richard Winterton. Natasha also takes time out to try her hand at glassblowing at Stourbridge's Glass Quarter.
Eric Knowles and the team are on the Welsh island of Anglesey. The reds and blues go head to head at the antiques fair with experts Thomas Plant and Caroline Hawley. The teams have only one hour to buy three items, to sell for profit at auction. But who will make the most profit and win the show?
Today we're at an antique fair at Newmarket's racecourse, the home of horse racing. Experts Jonathan Pratt and Colin Young are riding along with today's teams, but which one will be first past the post at the auction in Norfolk? Charlie Ross presents.
Eric Knowles presents from the market town of Oswestry in Shropshire. Experts Charles Hanson and Kate Bliss are on hand to help a team of crafty ladies take on a team of young farmers, with each team seeking three items which will hopefully make a profit at auction.
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